Reading someone else’s grocery list is the food equivalent of sneaking a peek at their diary. A grocery list, while nonchalantly written, is extremely personal and not meant to be shared with anyone outside your immediate family.
This mundane errand we run tricks us into thinking no one would possibly care what we went to the store for, but discovering someone’s tossed out list can be the best find at the supermarket.
Take this one for example, first can we give a shout-out to poodle lover’s everywhere? Who wouldn’t use the crap out of that notepad?
I’m going to go ahead and assume this is a woman writing this list and I’d love to ask her what are you going to do with all those condiments girlfriend? That’s going to be one hell-of-a-cheese sandwich with all that butter, and mayo, and ketchup….I’m sorry katcup. That’s assuming she meant Velveeta, although Velella could definitely be something I’ve never heard of.
One more question…..is that last item Chicken and Bisquick or Chicken in a Biscuit?